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2010 Boys' Youth Olympic Games
Singapore
21 - 26 August 2010

 
 
 SRB / Serbia - Team Composition

 
Team manager
Head coach DJURICIC Milan
Assistant coach RADISAVLJEVIC Milivoje
Doctor
Therapist / trainer
Journalist
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Stefan VLADISAVLJEV VLADISAVLJEV 23/08/1992 198 86 318 305 Bavaniste (SRB)
  2   Boris Martinovic Martinovic 11/05/1992 205 86 330 315 Vojvodina NS Seme Novi Sa(SRB)
  3 Nikola Živanovic Zivanovic 19/12/1992 197 82 335 320 NIS Vojvodina (SRB)
  4   Radovan MEDENICA MEDENICA 6/01/1993 197 85 315 303 Partizan Belgrade (SRB)
  5 Aleksandar Filipovic Filipovic 26/01/1992 196 92 315 305 VGSK (SRB)
  6   Aleksa Brdjovic Brdjovic 29/07/1993 201 73 327 312 KPS Skra Belchatow SA (POL)
  7 Ivan Glavinic Glavinic 14/06/1992 195 82 312 300 Putevi (SRB)
  C 8   Sinisa Zarkovic Zarkovic 9/05/1993 192 84 305 295 Partizan Belgrade (SRB)
  9 Filip Stoilovic Stoilovic 11/10/1992 196 84 324 315 Crvena Zvezda Beograd (SRB)
  10   Dusan Petkovic Petkovic D. 27/01/1992 202 86 328 310 Crvena Zvezda Beograd (SRB)
  L 11 Lazar ILINCIC ILINCIC 14/08/1993 180 65 316 308 Putevi (SRB)
  12   Dimitrije Pantic Pantic 19/03/1993 195 80 318 310 Mladi Radnik (SRB)
  13 Cedomir STANKOVIC STANKOVIC 11/04/1993 204 83 325 310 NIS Vojvodina (SRB)
  L 14   Rasko Jovanovic Jovanovic 6/02/1992 185 75 330 310 CRVENA ZVEZDA (SRB)
  15 Milan Katic Katic 22/10/1993 201 90 345 325 Vojvodina NS Seme (SRB)
  16   Stefan Barna Barna 26/01/1993 202 97 340 325 NIS Vojvodina (SRB)
  17 Marko Drobnjak Drobnjak 11/12/1993 191 77 317 311 Obilic (SRB)
  18   Stefan Djuric Djuric 14/10/1992 196 81 320 311 Selters (SRB)
  19 Aleksandar Okolic Okolic 26/06/1993 204 81 330 315 Crvena Zvezda Beograd (SRB)
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The last year was extremely successful for the Serbian team, who won gold at the FIVB Youth World Championships and silver at the European Championships.

In 2008, a new generation of Serbian youth players won gold at the Balkan Championship in Kazanlak, Russia, an important regional competition, and introduced themselves as a force that could easily take over world Volleyball.

The Youth Boys of Serbia then made their debut at the FIVB Youth World Championships in Italy, crowning themselves with the prestigious title, and following the fantastic result they they finished runners-up to the Netherlands at the European Championships.

As for the team who is going to play in Singapore, Mr. Djuricic will have seven players from last year and it is expected that they will continue with the good results they claimed last season.
Coach profile

Milan Djuricic was elected to be the coach of the Serbian Youth Boys National Team in July 2008, when he made his debut at the Balkan Championship, an important regional competition. Right away he won the gold medal with his team.

A few months later, a bigger challenge was presented to 31-year old when he guided his team to the Qualifying Tournament for the European Championship, where Serbia topped the pools and earned the chance to participate at the biggest European competition.

Milan Djuricic has nothing but nice memories from the 2009 European Championship in Netherlands where the “Blue Boys” won the silver medal and qualified to the World Championship, which was the biggest success for this category of players.

However, the team, guided by this promising coach, didn’t stop there and went one step further by winning gold at the World Championships on their debut.

Milan Djuricic was born on March 8th, 1979, in Pozarevac. He lives and works in Veliko Gradiste, where he started with his playing and coaching career.

Mr. Djuricic played for VC VGSK for 16 years, and he competed in all categories with his club. He retired in 2005.

At the same time, from 2001, he coached younger players in VC VGSK, and gained some notable results.

Since 2004/2005 season, he is coach of Senior Men in VGSK Volleyball Club.
   
 

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